special offerings and payments

This Resource page allows you to make donations for special offerings or ministries.  

It also allows you to make payments for Cafe Justo coffee, books, classes and other

seasonal offerings such as lilies or poinsettias.  The selections may change throughout the year.


Please access the following options below:


February Funds and Food Drive for The Round Pantry

Per Capita Giving

Cafe Justo Coffee Order and Payment

Burrito Ministry

Face Mask Donation


february funds and food drive

for The round pantry at westview

Our annual food drive for the Round Pantry looks a little different this year.  Instead of collecting cans and perishable food items, we're recommending a financial donation that will be given to The Round Pantry to purchase items for Pantry shoppers.  They will use these funds to feed the growing numbers in our community who are facing food insecurity.  You can make an online donation by clicking the Food Drive button below or mail/drop-off a check to CENTRALongmont noting Food Drive in the check memo line at the church offices.  If you would like to still donate canned goods or non-perishable food items, a collection box is located in the church lobby.  Just please call ahead to make sure someone is available to let you in the building.  


As always, thank you for your caring!

Per Capita Payments

If you have committed to making the "per capita" payment of $55 per Member,  click on this button to complete the form and make your payment:

Place an Order for Café Justo Coffee

Click on the button below to complete an order form

for Café Justo coffee.  It's delicious!

Learn more about Café Justo.

day laborer outreach
"burrito ministry"

Make a special donation directly to the "Burrito Ministry" fund.  

Contributions will be used to purchase burritos from Santiago's restaurant as we cannot
currently meet during this time of COVID to make more from scratch breakfast burritos.  

donations for face masks

In an effort to help “Flatten the Curve” we have been asked to wear face masks when out and about. 

Governor Polis says “Coloradans who leave their homes to go grocery shopping or take a walk around their neighborhood should now wear non-medical cloth face masks while they’re in public.”  Some of you may already have the masks that you need, but some of you may not. So, our dear Faith Sowers are making simple cloth masks and they are making them available to members of our congregation. They are FREE and a heartfelt gift to you! If you feel compelled to pay for them, then the Faith Sowers suggest a small thank you donation to CENTRALongmont.


Click on the MAKE A DONATION button below to make a non-pledge donation

to general funds using a form that provides a text field for your specific acknowledgement.  

Please enter "masks" in the text field.

shelbygiving

By clicking on any of the buttons above, you will be temporarily redirected to the site of our trusted provider, ShelbyGiving.com, for secure processing of your donation or payment.  Once your transaction is complete, you will be returned to the CENTRALongmont.net site.  Thank you for your gift or order.